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Spell check of workaday

Correct spelling: workaday

garden-variety, informal, terrene, common, ordinary, standard, daily, usual, quotidian, casual, mundane, nitty-gritty, workday, prosaic, everyday, normal, run-of-the-mill, good, cut-and-dried, unexceptional, nondescript, standard-issue, routine, average, unremarkable, terrestrial, commonplace.

freak, formal, remarkable, unorthodox, notable, semiformal, signal, oddball, exceptional, singular, scarce, sublime, rare, odd, anomalous, outré, striking, wacky, irregular, untypical, uncommon, chic, phenomenal, best, nonconformist, stylish, novel, dressy, dressed up, outstanding, Sunday, offbeat, noble, extraordinary, outrageous, peculiar, unparalleled, unprecedented, kooky, weird, idiosyncratic, quaint, wild, Kafkaesque, funny, aberrant, unconventional, abnormal, unusual, high-minded, screwy, eccentric, fantastic, freakish, strange, trim, out-of-the-way, curious, atypical, prominent, lofty, recherché, elegant, tidy, unique, salient, conspicuous, quirky, special, uncustomary, outlandish, unwonted, way-out, fashionable, unexampled, bizarre, far-out, smart, neat.

Examples of usage:

1) In due course of time Howard recalled that there was a man named Roberts, a teamster in Sanchia's Town; and that on the Desert Valley ranch there were mules which should be sold; and that, though there was a golden paradise here in Bear Valley, there remained a workaday world outside the charmed confines where time was of the essence. - "The Desert Valley", Jackson Gregory.

2) It was resolved, among other things, to inquire into the common, workaday Jewish life, to find out what went on in the little towns, what men were hoping for, how they made a living, what they were about, what the people said. - "Stories and Pictures", Isaac Loeb Peretz.

3) He had stepped out from his workaday life among the grooms and officers and occasional glimpses of his lonely old master, into an enchanted region, where great personages whose very names were luminous with fame, now lived and breathed and looked cheerful or sullen before his very eyes; and one who knew them in their daily life stood by him and commented and interpreted them for him. - "By What Authority?", Robert Hugh Benson.